If you are in search of a fun craft kit for a special toddler or preschooler, check out this list of craft kits. These kits make great gifts for kids who are around 2- or 3-years-old. If you have a more mature 3-year-old, you might also want to check out craft kits for pre-k and kindergartners. If you have other age groups, you want to find craft kits for, check out top gifts for crafters. For even more craft fun with your toddler or preschooler, check out these craft projects.
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Discover of a variety of products that kids will love. They can draw pictures using little more than water so that you will love them too.
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Kids can match and snap buttons into place to complete the picture! This kit includes 46 chunky buttons, 10 pictures, and a storage tray. Helps kids develops hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and creative thinking.
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A craft smock is a great gift for kids of all ages. They can use them along with any other craft supplies they receive.
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Crayola has a variety of TaDoodles that were designed with just the right size and shape to fit into a child palm and helps with fine motor skills. You can find markers, crayons, stampers, and many fun kits for even the youngest kids. I think these are amazing!Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Finger crayons are great for little hands. The bright, easy to hold crayons are perfectly sized for young artists to grasp in their palms or place on their fingers.
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Most little fingers love finger painting! This is a paint that is the consistency of jelly and perfect for painting using the fingers.
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If you buy finger paints, don't forget about finger paint paper. It is heavier and easier to finger paint on than regular paper.
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The Adjust 'n Draw Table is perfect for lunch time and easily converts into an art easel or table for drawing, just tilt the table up and lock it into place. This table comes with two handy clips to hold paper for painting and drawing. The table has three height adjustments that let it grow with your child.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Most toddlers and preschoolers love painting. Use these paint cups, and you can let them paint for as long as they want without worrying about too much for a mess!
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Stringing large beads is a great way for small kids to work on their fine motor skills. With this age group, make sure you use the largest beds available.